Brisbane’s Black Whiskey release new single ‘Raising Hell’

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After a 2 year hiatus, Brisbane hard rock band Black Whiskey have recently released a new single titled ‘Raising Hell’. Since being released nationally in early July, the single has picked up radio airplay in Europe and has amassed nearly 1500 plays via Triple J Unearthed !

Black Whiskey were formed in 2006, in Brisbane by lead singer and frontman, Alan Goodluck along with Dan Coates (Guitar), Will Clayfield (Bass), Matthew Tuxworth (Guitar) , and Mark Gronfors (Drums).  There is a great deal of experience behind Black Whiskey – on the touring scene this band has supported Aussie legends Rose Tattoo, England’s Skinread and America’s Hollywood Undead just to name a few.

Black Whiskey have released a string of acclaimed singles, that have been aired on radio stations across the globe and will this year release their much anticipated new EP ‘Wild & Free‘.
Each song strikes you right between the eyes. Every riff could crack open a skull, as the band invites the listener down into the grit and dirt of real rock n’ roll. Each track from this band is tight,  colossal, and loud. The sound is nothing short of Black Whiskey’s slogan…. ‘Rock n Roll is Dangerous Again!’

Black Whiskey is squarely aimed at the fans who still believe that rock and roll will take over the world…and who’s to say that they are wrong? If you like it loud hard and fast, then this band wont’ disappoint (source info via bio and Facebook)

Vocals – Alan Goodluck
Guitars – Dan Coates
Guitars – Matthew Tuxworth
Bass – Will Clayfield
Drums – Mark Gronfors

 

 

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